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Behind-the-scenes photos show how the world's largest cruise ship makes 30,000 dishes every single day

INSIDER Logo By Sophie-Claire Hoeller of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 37: 
  Royal Caribbean's Symphony
  of the Seas has 23 dining venues onboard, serving around
  30,0000 dishes daily.
  
  On busy weeks, there are almost 9,000 people (guests and
  crew) that need to be fed.
  
  Five-thousand pounds of potatoes are consumed each day, as
  well as 15,000 pounds of beef, 20,000 pounds of chicken, and
  10,000 dozens of eggs per seven-day cruise. 
  
  
    From chefs to
    dishwashers, a team of 1,850 people keeps passengers
    fed.
  
  
    
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  The true scale of the
  world's largest cruise ship is hard to fathom. On busy weeks,
  it can hold almost 9,000 people - guests and crew - who need to
  be fed multiple times a day.

  Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas is home to 23 dining
  venues, which together produce around 30,000 dishes every single
  day, spanning 
  breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A team of around 1,850 people
  makes this happen, often working 10 to 14-hour days.

  We got a behind-the-scenes look at how this gets done every day,
  from food getting loaded onto the ship to hitting passenger's
  plates.


The true scale of the world's largest cruise ship is hard to fathom. On busy weeks, it can hold almost 9,000 people - guests and crew - who need to be fed multiple times a day.

Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas is home to 23 dining venues, which together produce around 30,000 dishes every single day, spanning breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A team of around 1,850 people makes this happen, often working 10 to 14-hour days.

We got a behind-the-scenes look at how this gets done every day, from food getting loaded onto the ship to hitting passenger's plates.

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